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Walking to help

Raphael Tapernoux, 3, hitches a ride on his baby sister Carole’s stroller during the 22nd annual Seattle Aids Walk on Saturday, Oct. 4. The Tapernoux family was part of Team Mercer Island Presbyterian Church, which walked for the second year. The church recruited more than 100 participants — the largest team to walk — and raised nearly $20,000 for the Lifelong AIDS Alliance. For more photos, visit www.mi-reporter.com. - Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter
Raphael Tapernoux, 3, hitches a ride on his baby sister Carole’s stroller during the 22nd annual Seattle Aids Walk on Saturday, Oct. 4. The Tapernoux family was part of Team Mercer Island Presbyterian Church, which walked for the second year. The church recruited more than 100 participants — the largest team to walk — and raised nearly $20,000 for the Lifelong AIDS Alliance. For more photos, visit www.mi-reporter.com.
— image credit: Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter

Raphael Tapernoux, 3, hitches a ride on his baby sister Carole’s stroller during the 22nd annual Seattle Aids Walk on Saturday, Oct. 4. The Tapernoux family was part of Team Mercer Island Presbyterian Church, which walked for the second year. The church recruited more than 100 participants — the largest team to walk — and raised nearly $20,000 for the Lifelong AIDS Alliance.

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